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Assignment 19 speciation and reproductive isolation

Assignment 19: Speciation and Reproductive Isolation

What is a species?

How do new species originate?


Tutorial
Tutorial

  • Please take your assigned seat so that I can take attendance. Take out any assignments that you need to work on.

  • Students coming to tutorial, please sign in and take out the assignments/quiz corrections you would like to review with me.


Good afternoon
Good Afternoon!

Please take out your:

-Islands Presentation Notes

-Genetic Drift Lab

-Planner/Phone


Species
Species

A species is a group of individuals that can reproduce viable offspring.

Speciation is the process where individuals are reproductively isolated from one another. Over time, their DNA mutates. The new populations are no longer able to reproduce with one another.


Reproductive isolation
Reproductive Isolation

When individuals of a particular species are unable to mate due to behavior, temporal, or geographic barriers.


Geographic isolation
Geographic Isolation

A geographic barrier divides a population of organisms.

Ex. The Kaibab and Albert Squirrels of the Grand Canyon


Temporal isolation
Temporal Isolation

When a group of organisms mates at different times.

Ex. Trees produce flowers at different times


Behavioral isolation
Behavioral Isolation

Two groups of organisms have different mating rituals.